An Ol' Broad's Ramblings
Archive for 12 March 2011
Brennan Daigle – The Littlest Soldier – Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot.
Mr President, YOU LIE! – YID with LID
MacIver Institute reporter vs. Rent-A-Mob – Badger Blogger
What you do instead of something – Say Uncle
Wisconsin Union Thugs Now Threatening Businesses With Boycotts – Jammie Wearing Fool
Bring your own lunch and a mug from home! – The Pitty Pat Papers
Palestine..Uh Huh – Woman Honor Thyself
AN ASSAULT ON AMERICA FROM WITHIN – Black Quill & Ink
McVeigh & The Missing Link – Winds of Jihad
The New Islamic Revolution – Always On Watch
Truth in Advertising – Grandpa John’s
Ground Zero Imam: Islam is a Religion of Peaceful People Who Fly Off the Handle Over Mere Speech – Patterico’s Pontifications
About That “New Civility” – Obi’s Sister
The Happy Optimist – Dry Bones
Public Trough Running Dry – Joy Tiz
Our Future Depends On Our Energy. – Conservative Outpost
Infiltrated! – The Patriot Sheepdog
Allow Me To Annoy Your Facebook Friends – The Blaze
Mayhem in Madison roundup – Marathon Pundit
The Death Penalty Values Human Life – The Thirst For Freedom
Celebrating Women’s Day by beating women – American Thinker
Has the world learned anything? – American and Proud
This Is Your Senate Majority Leader Folks……. – silent E speaks
Corporations To Obama: We’re Not Indentured Servants – Bloviating Zeppelin
“But All The Other Dems Are Doing It!” – Be Sure You’re RIGHT, Then Go Ahead
Visuvalingam Vilvarajah challenged a Davidson County Chancery Court ruling backing the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners’ decision to pull his license. The state’s Court of Appeals released its decision Thursday, affirming a Davidson County chancellor’s ruling that the state was within its authority to suspend Vilvarajah’s medical license.
After being arrested in an investigation into trafficking of Oxycontin and other drugs, he was convicted in Kentucky in January 2010 on one count of facilitation to traffic in controlled substances. Vilvarajah formerly lost his Tennessee medical license in 1989 after shooting and killing his wife and mother-in-law in Germantown, a Memphis suburb. The state restored his right to practice medicine four years later.
So, if he murdered his wife and mother in law, why the blazes was he not in prison? Why was his license reinstated four years after the crime? Who’s running that popstand anyways? Logic would say this guy wasn’t playing with a full deck, and they let him practice medicine? Seriously?